They fizz! A lot. And by a lot I mean for about a minute. I tried to take a video but my phone kept freezing up. I did get some pictures.
All of the Bath Bombs smell wonderful, and that is with the wrapper on. I left the box out on the table for a day or so because it made the room smell nice.
My husband choose this one for me to use first. He liked the smell of it.
So I started the bath and unwrapped the bomb and dropped it in there. It did look sort of like an explosion. The water started bubbling like a boiling pot. It was neat.
The fizzing lasted for a while.
I managed to get in the tub before it stopped. The fizzing feels good too.
These Bath Bombs are huge. As you can see the water turned pink. And the whole bathroom smelled great. It made me smell good too, for quite a while afterward. My husband liked it.
It will do your skin good too. They contain Coconut oil, Shea butter, sodium bicarbonate, citric acid, Mediterranean sea salt, witch hazel, & natural mica colorants. When you get out of the bath your skins feels soft and moist and it stays that way for a while.
I loved soaking in the tub with these.
The box comes with six different scents:
–Bubbly (champagne fragrance with bath tea & roses)
As we age our bodies make less of this oil, and our skin gets dryer, and thinner. If we don’t find a way to replace some of this oil we end up with skin that hurts.
Lots of old folks have problems with their skin tearing. You can tear their skin just by barely touching them. That hurts. It hurts them and it hurts you.
Adamia Therapeutic Repair Lotion replaces some of that oil and helps repair the skin.
It feels good on plain dry skin too. Even if you are not old. I’m only 50, so I have a few years yet to go, but I’m getting there.
I love this lotion. It is some of the best I have ever used. It soaks in and doesn’t feel oily at all. It has a nice barely there smell too. My husband says he can’t smell it, so maybe I’m imagining that.
The company says they get the macadamias from a “family-owned, environmentally sustainable macadamia plantation, shelling factory and cold-pressing plant is just off the eastern coast of Australia near beautiful Byron Bay”.
They also say the lotion is non-allergenic, and fragrance free. So either I’m smelling the oil or imagining a scent. It doesn’t really matter, I still like the stuff.
All I know is that a little is all it takes. This is a fair sized 4 oz bottle and I have been using it in my kitchen for a few weeks, and I still have more than half of it left.
I have been putting some in my dish washing water, and have a spray bottle with lemon oil and some vinegar for spraying the counters. Both have natural sanitizing properties so it is really good to use in the kitchen.
You can use the lemon oil in homemade soaps too. Or in diffusers. It smells wonderful. A drop in the laundry can make your clothes smell good too.
A couple of drops in a corner can make the whole room smell nice for quite a while.
Lemon Oil is supposed to be good for other things, like cleaning your skin, and even removing stains. Rinsing your hair with it can help with scalp issues, and make your hair smell nice.
This graphic from Organic Facts lists a few different uses. I haven’t tried it for anything but cleaning, sanitizing, and making things smell good. I suppose just having it in the air can help if you have asthma.
In any case I like this Lemon Oil.
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The salts contain more than 26 essential minerals that are good for the skin and body.
The minerals in these bath salts can help provide relief for Psoriasis, Eczema, and Arthritis symptoms.
Soaking in them is definitely good for feet that have painful bunions and ganglion cysts. I have both those problems, as well as arthritis that makes my joints hurt really bad sometimes. Soaking in a hot tub with Dead Sea Salts helped more than with Epsom salts, which is not really surprising as dead sea salts have more minerals.
Soaking in them also makes your skin feel really great.
These salts also come in a resealable pouch, that is easy to open, and reseal. You get quite a bit of them. That one pouch should last me a month or so (depending on often I want to soak, ya know).
Contains no additives, colors, or scents. The salts are fine grained and they do dissolve quickly. I had no residue left in the bottom of the bathtub.
Shea Blossom Remedy Cream is the best moisturizer I have ever used, and it can be used from tresses to toes.
You can use it on your hair to help control frizzies, and it is really great on sun dried skin.
The folks at Terranova® sent me a 4 oz tube. The tube is bigger than I expected it to be but I have still used a lot of the cream already.
I love this stuff. I especially love the smell. It has a wonderful fruity scent that isn’t overwhelming. I told them I thought they should make a scent…maybe for a diffuser. I was told they are considering it. I hope they do. They do have a perfume but I’m not sure if it is the same scent.
The Remedy Cream is really rich and thick and does a wonderful job of moisturizing. It has 10% Shea Butter and also contains argan, marula, and baobab oils, as well as added protiens and vitamin B5 panthenol.
I have used it on my arms and hands mostly. Those are the driest parts of my body these days, since I have been doing a lot of working out in the yard, and gardening. My hands get really dry.
Besides that since I really love the scent it seems a shame to waste it on parts of my that are too far from my nose.
It doesn’t take that much, as a little bit does go quite a ways. This tube should last me another couple of weeks, at least.
If you are out in the sun this summer you really should try this cream. It is wonderful.
This is a thick body butter and it only takes a little bit to cover your hands, or whatever part of you it is going on. I have used it on my hands mostly because they are really needing help right now.
Working out in the yard, pulling weeds, and planting the garden can really mess your hands up. This body butter helps fix the mess. I really like it.
Natural Addictions Hair & Beauty has several other beauty products including hair moisturizers, and Dead Sea Mud Skin Therapy.
The products are 100% organic and contain oils such as Jojoba, Avocado, Grapeseed, Sesame, and Olive oils, as well as several butters like Coco Butter, Mango Butter, and Shea Butter.
They also have several different hair extensions that they say are they best you can buy. They say:
Our hair Extensions are of the finest quality available on the market and will last you for many, many installs without matting, tangling, and with very minimal shedding if cared for properly. Our hair is imported from various regions solely from single ponytail donors. Currently our Collections include several types of Virgin Indian, Malaysian, Peruvian, and Brazilian Hair Extensions.
They have a lot of pictures of the hair extensions you can look at. They are pretty.
It works really great as an after shower spritz too.
Trusted Health Products description says that it:
Decreases the appearance of spider veins and blemishes
Smooths the appearance of rough and scaly areas
Reduces the appearance of age spots, discoloration and sun spots
Firms and tones skin’s appearance
Skin feels clean and conditioned – smooth like silk
Can use as an underarm deodorant
Feels like it moisturizes deep down – say goodbye to dry skin
100% pure botanical oils of almond, orange, lime, lemon, olive and avocado
No preservatives, parabens, petroleum-based oils, GMOs, synthetic chemicals, artificial fragrances, colorings, or additives of any kind
I love that it is made with all natural ingredients.
Even though it is made of Botanical Oils it does not feel oily after it soaks in.
I didn’t care for the scent at first. It seemed way too strong. After just a few seconds the smell isn’t so strong and turns out to be pretty nice. After a while I stopped noticing it.
It does make dry skin feel a lot better.
According to a post on the Trusted Health Products Facebook page, they have updated the product. The bottles are bigger, and the Botanical Splash has been split into two new products, The Man and Amazingly Beautiful(for women).
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Perfectly Natural Soap from Foxbrim can even be used on your face. It has no harsh chemicals added to it, not even a fragrance, so it can be used on sensitive skin.
I really like this soap. I have nothing against scents, in fact I love scents, but they do sometimes bother people. Some perfumes give me sneezing fits, and can even make me break out in itchy bumps.
This soap is made from all natural and mostly (98%) organic botanical ingredients, which include : Purified Water, Saponified Coconut Oil, Organic Sunflower, Organic Castor Seed, Kosher Vegetable Glycerin, Guar Gum, Citric Acid, and Rosemary Seed Extract.
It does not contain any of these common ingredients: Fillers, Fragrances, Detergents, Lathering Agents, Parabens, Phthalates, Silicones, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate OR Triclosan.
You can buy it on Amazon.com or from the Foxbrim store and they offer this guarantee:
We know you’ll love this all-natural soap and wash. But we are happy to take it a step further. If for any reason at all you’re not satisfied with your purchase let us know. We will provide you a full refund. It’s that simple.
That guarantee is another thing I really like. If they have that much confidence in their product it is probably as good as they say it is.
The Relax Essential Oil Blend from Mia Mariu is one of the best smelling scents I have ever come across. I love it.
Since it is specially blended to aid relaxation it is great for using in the bedroom. It can help make drifting off to sleep much easier, and lots more pleasant. It is recommended to put some on your wrists, temples, or the back of your neck and massage it in. It can be used in a diffuser or on a cotton ball for aromatherapy too.
The ingredients in the oil are all really nice smelling on their own. Those ingredients include:
Lavender – has been cherished for its unmistakable aroma and therapeutic properties for thousands of years. It is widely used for its calming and relaxing qualities and helps ease muscle tension in the head and neck.
Sandalwood – found only in Hawaii and it delivers a variety of benefits. It promotes healthy & smooth skin, reduces the appearance of scars and blemishes, enhances mood and promotes sleep and frequently used in meditation for its grounding and uplifting properties.
Cedarwood – Known for promoting healthy skin and clear breathing, Cedarwood has a warm, woody, balsamic fragrance that relaxes the mind and body and is perfect for massage therapy.
Clary Sage – known for its mood-lightening properties and ability to ease monthly menstrual cycles. It has a warm, herbal scent that is uplifting and relaxing, making it a perfect choice for supporting a normal, healthy attitude during PMS.
As well as some of the ingredients that are in their other essential oil blend:
Sweet Almond Oil – known to be high in moisturizing fatty acids (Omega 6 and Omega 9), excellent emollient high in oleic and linoleic, ideal in the treatment of dry skin, helps skin balance loss and absorption of moisture providing a smooth skin feel. It is antioxidant rich, high in Vitamin E, fat and protein content along with containing many essential nutrients.
Apricot Oil -Similar soothing properties as almond oil. Apricot oil is a favorite oil for mothers and babies because of its ability to soothe chaffed skin gently. It is quickly absorbed into the skin; it is often used as massage oil to deliver benefits such as reducing stress, pain and inflammation and instilling an overall sense of well-being. Apricot kernel oil is also very mild and non-irritating, making it suitable for children and infant massage. It is cold-pressed from the dried seeds of the fruit of the apricot tree. This natural oil is light-colored and fragrant, imparting a somewhat nutty aroma.
Grapeseed Oil – used as a base oil for many creams and lotions. It is the preferred carrier oils for many massage therapists because of its light, satin like finish. It also has some astringent qualities and is good for oily, acne prone skin.
Jojoba Oil – used as a favorite carrier oil. It closely resembles the sebum of the skin, and is rich in vitamin E; thus promoting a glowing complexion.
Rosehip Oil – extremely high in essential fatty acids and is known to help treat dry, irritated, weathered skin. It is also suitable for treating burns, scars and stretch marks.
Macadamia Oil – in addition to its moisturizing benefit, it is a nutrient-dense oil which is packed with antioxidants and essential fatty acids that protect your skin and helps promote healing process after a sunburn or other types of skin damage. As an added bonus, Macadamia oil mimics your skin’s natural oils, making it an ideal match for maintaining your glow.
Coconut Oil – an excellent massage oil for the skin as well as it acts as an effective moisturizer on all types of skin. It is a safe solution for preventing dryness and flaking of the skin, delays the appearance of wrinkles and sagging of the skin.
One of the things I really like about this essential oil is that it is made with 100% organic essential oils, and has no added fragrance, and contains no parabens, sulfates, or alcohol.
It is good for all skin types.
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